CBR125R / Overview
Crisp response, thrilling performance
The 125cc sportsbike class is where riding careers begin. It’s a machine that gives young riders the opportunity to develop their skills as early as possible. That’s why it’s a motorcycle with a huge responsibility.
It must be just as rewarding to ride as bigger Supersports machines, particularly around town and other places where power is less important. Young riders build confidence on two wheels with bikes such as a 125cc. And let’s face it, it’s easier to learn something when it’s made to be fun.
Since its introduction in 2004, the CBR125R has represented the ideal first sportsbike. Compact, lightweight, refined, easy to use and with welcoming handling that the CBR family is renowned for. It’s a firm favourite with young riders the world over.
For 2011, the all new CBR125R is ready to prove itself as the perfect first sportsbike for a new generation of riders.
Designed to develop the sports riding skills from the earliest days of your career
Superbikes are the ultimate road motorcycles. They offer a thrill no other bike can match. That’s why we designed the 2011 CBR125R. A small-capacity bike with big ambition.
The brief to our design team was simple. Create a 125cc sportsbike with the look and feel of a bigger, more expensive machine. The new model had to retain the current CBR125R’s user-friendly handling characteristics and free-revving single cylinder engine, but packaged inside all-new sophisticated, lightweight and stylish bodywork.
Modern riders expect full-size proportions, so that meant more aggressive wheel and tyre specs too. We also added the latest advances in fuel injection and catalyser technology to make the CBR125R more efficient than its predecessor.
If you want your riding career to start with a motorcycle built as a superbike from the ground up, look no further than the 2011 CBR125R.
CBR125R / Specification
|Type||Liquid-cooled 4-stroke 2-valve SOHC single|
|Bore x Stroke||58 x 47.2mm|
|Compression Ratio||11 : 1|
|Max. Power Output||9.8kW / 10,000min-1 (95/1/EC)|
|Max. Torque||10.41Nm / 8,000min-1 (95/1/EC)|
|Carburation||PGM-FI electronic fuel injection|
|Fuel Consumption||37Km/l (HUDC mode )|
|Ignition System||Computer-controlled digital transistorised with electronic advance|
|Clutch||Wet, multi-plate with coil springs|
|Clutch Operation||Mechanical; cable-actuated|
|Final Drive||‘O’-ring sealed chain|
|Type||Pentagonal; steel twin-spar|
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||1,946mm x 704mm x 1,089mm|
|Type||Front: 31mm telescopic fork, 120mm stroke|
|Rear: Monoshock damper, 126mm axle travel|
|Rim Size||Front: 17xMT2.5|
|Tyre Size||Front: 100/80-17M/C|
|Type||Front: 296 x 4mm dual hydraulic disc with dual-piston caliper and sintered metal pads|
|Rear: 220 x 4mm hydraulic disc with single-piston caliper and sintered metal pads|
|All specifications are provisional and subject to change without notice.|
|#Please note that the figures provided are results obtained by Honda under standardised testing conditions prescribed by WMTC. Tests are conducted on a rolling road using a standard version of the vehicle with only one rider and no additional optional equipment. Actual fuel consumption may vary depending on how you ride, how you maintain your vehicle, weather, road conditions, tyre pressure, installation of accessories, cargo, rider and passenger weight, and other factors.|